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duckling (n.)

"a young duck," early 15c., from duck (n.1) + -ling. The ugly duckling is from Hans Christian Andersen's tale (1843 in Danish, by 1846 in English).

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Definitions of duckling

duckling (n.)
flesh of a young domestic duck;
duckling (n.)
young duck;
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